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The “longline” of suffering and destruction

Feature Story | 20 November, 2013 at 13:21

Tuna longline fisheries are one of the most scandalous fishing businesses on the planet, operating mostly out of sight and out of control. Longlining is the fishing method that catches the big valuable tunas aimed at fulfilling the growing global...

Out of line: The failure of the global tuna longline fisheries

Report | 20 November, 2013 at 12:30

The longline fishing industry is largely operating outside of modern fisheries management due to resistance from flag states and industry to properly regulate and manage this fishing sector.

More fish in the sea

Feature Story | 15 November, 2013 at 15:52

Our Pacific oceans campaign is focused on ensuring sustainable and equitable fishing in the Pacific.

Fewer boats, more fish

Report | 8 November, 2013 at 14:24

Fewer boats, more fish: Towards comprehensive fishing capacity management in the Western and Central Pacific Tuna Fisheries – calls for the urgent introduction of capacity and effort management in tuna fisheries in the WCPO to protect tuna stocks...

Attempts to protect the Arctic are not criminal

Blog entry by Ben Pearson | 6 November, 2013

Alexandra Harris in Murmansk Court © Dmitri Sharomov / Greenpeace LESS than a fortnight ago a group of respectable, sign-holding Hunter residents protested outside AGL’s headquarters. Police kept a quiet watch on proceedings. Photos show the...

Gazprom vs. Greenpeace Arctic 30

Blog entry by admin | 5 November, 2013

Russia’s overreaction to the Greenpeace Arctic protest — and their ludicrous waffling on the actual charges — will not work out well for Russia. Their extraordinary response will more likely help the global climate movement meet its goals .

This horrible thing is about to happen to one of the world’s oldest forests

Feature Story | 30 October, 2013 at 12:45

Quick quiz: what do the habitats of threatened koalas, rich food bowls, vital water catchments and healthy farming communities have in common?

The EnvironmentaLIST: 14 Reasons We Need to Save Indonesia From Deforestation

Blog entry by admin | 29 October, 2013

For most of the last year, Greenpeace has been investigating and documenting gross acts of environmental destruction in Indonesia’s last remaining forests. What these investigations reveal is a story of one massive, faceless company with links to...

Greenpeace International responds to allegations from Russian authorities

Feature Story | 29 October, 2013 at 7:00

On September 18, the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise took peaceful action at Gazprom’s Prirazlomnaya platform to stop it from producing the world’s first oil from icy Arctic waters.

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